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Marking and Logos

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Marking and Logos
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If containers need to be marked, three main methods are employed:

1. Lettering is milled into one or two sides of the container, representing a name abbreviation and/or number. The lettering is coloured with a felt-tip pen, which needs to be renewed at several months’ intervals. This is a permanent form of labelling which can only be removed by scraping off a layer of the container. But scraping the letters off will also leave a permanent mark on the container. This is the most economical and simplest method.

2. Silk screen printing on one or two sides, lettering or logo. The option of one colour is offered. Running serial numbers must be milled. Silk screen can withstand washing with water if a very stiff brush is not used.

3. Mould-in graphics. Lettering and logo. The customer can choose from one, two or three colours. Running serial numbers must be milled. This is a more permanent method than silk screen, but more expensive, especially on a small scale.